Ex-top Biden official Marcia Fudge spins through revolving door and brings two aides with her

Ex-top Biden official Marcia Fudge spins through revolving door and brings two aides with her


Ex-Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge, who resigned a few months ago, has spun through the revolving door and scored a key public policy role at a law firm lobbying the Biden administration.

Fudge, a former longtime Democratic Ohio congresswoman who joined HUD in 2021 and soon after violated a federal law barring federal officials from engaging in political activities, is now a partner and the public policy chairwoman at Taft Stettinius & Hollister, the firm said Monday. The firm, which pulled in $598 million in revenue last year and has offices in the Midwest and Washington, D.C., also scooped up Imani Edwards and Garrett McDaniel, who worked as staffers under Fudge at HUD.

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